This Weather Calls For Chicken Soup!

Chicken Noodle Soup From Tyner Pond Farm, Indiana


I just had to share this text I just recieved along with a great picture:
 

"Next day Chicken Noodle Soup from Tyner beer can chicken....Kim"
 

Thank you Kim!  I love seeing pictures of people enjoying our food.  I've got to say that I'm impressed with the dishes too.  Nothing makes a meal great than Local Food and great dishes. 

 

With the weather like it is today (40 degrees and high winds) It's the perfect time for Chicken anything.

 

Order Yours Today

 

Folks we have lots of Tyner Pond Farm Pasture Poultry and it's only $12/bird.  I don't think you can buy factory chicken in the grocery store for that price....and I promise, ours "Tastes Like Chicken"

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